Beulah beats Woomelang-Lascelles

Jeparit Rainbow’s Wyatt Bacon spoils Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers' Simon Weekly on Saturday. Picture: ANITA McFARLANE

Jeparit Rainbow’s Wyatt Bacon spoils Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers' Simon Weekly on Saturday. Picture: ANITA McFARLANE

BEULAH kept its unblemished record intact with a comfortable win over Woomelang-Lascelles at Woomelang on Saturday.

An extraordinarily accurate 11.1 could not save the Cats, who lost by 61 points to the league powerhouse.

The home team was up and about early however, with four of the first seven goals earning it a slender two-point advantage at the first change.

Jayden Lonergan and Nyaburu Kelley kept their team in the match at the long break, but the dam wall burst for the Blues in the third quarter.

Six goals to one in the term blew the margin out, and the Cats never recovered.

Shaun Monohan was the visitors’ best on ground, while Brodie Adcock picked up the honours for the home side.

Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers were equally dominant as they beat Jeparit-Rainbow by 72 points at Rainbow on Saturday.

Star forward Cliff Ryan, four goals, was among five multiple goal-kickers for the visiting Tigers.

Luke Martin led the team to victory, while Lakers gun Luke Werner can hold his head high after another strong performance in a losing side.

Ouyen United made it three wins from the top three sides on the ladder with a 119-59 victory over Walpeup-Underbool.

Ben Gregg was best on ground, while Brad Vallance and Dominic Leach, five goals each, starred up forward.

Matthew Palmer was the Roos’ best.

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